Get out and support the arts this weekend!
The come avere un pene piu lungo Callanwolde Arts Festival is a two-day indoor festival(Jan. 20th and 21st) located in one of the most distinctive historic properties in Atlanta, this event promises to become one of the premier partnerships of art institutions in the area. It is a festival for Artists by Artists, letting the artist have a voice in the creation and operations of the festival. This event will feature approximately 86 painters, photographers, sculptors, metalwork, glass artists, jewelers and more! The Festival will also offer artist demonstrations, live acoustic music, plus gourmet food trucks with healthy alternatives and music and dance performances. The Callanwolde Arts Festival is organized by the Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces, LLC and a board of experts in various artistic disciplines. The festival will uphold the highest standards supporting the arts, and offer participating artists the environment to nurture an appreciation for their skills.
uomini con pene grande I’m looking forward to checking this out. Its always good to find outlets to support local artists!
come allungare il frenulo Underground Art Show
December 1, 2017 (8 p.m.)
esistono esercizi per allungare il pene The Atlanta Pancakes & Booze Art Show is a traveling exhibition of 100 artists, with pancakes, live music, body painting, and multimedia displays at come aumentare le dimensioni del membro maschile gratis GA Freight Depot for age 21+. Pay cash at the door or buy a line-jumper ticket online.
“As you may have guessed, we are an art show, but we are not your typical art gallery. Since 2009 we’ve been filling the best venues in over 30 cities around the world with your favorite local artists, photographers, bands, and DJ’s. We focus on keeping the work on display local and original to help artists of all types sell their work while they’re still alive (why does it take dying to gain recognition?). Each show usually features between 50-150 local artisans, a unique lineup of live musicians and/or DJs, live painting, body painting, along with other forms of entertainment. Oh, and of course PANCAKES!
We seek to bring the art community and those outside the community together by creating an upbeat art show that appeals to the masses. Through the shows we create an environment where artists, potential buyers, and pancake fanatics alike can make connections with several different types of people within their own communities. “
The Art Farm at Grange Hall in Chattahoochee Hills presents a show of elegant botanical photography by Paula Susarte. Opening on October 28th from 4-7pm come celebrate this exhibition of works. On view: Oct 28 – Nov 30. All are welcome.
The inspiration for this collection was nature. Each image reflects innocence and a pure, perfect moment of beauty. To be in contact with nature gives me the opportunity to be present, to stop my mind, to connect with myself. For me, these aspects bring Peace for the Soul.
The allure in taking the photographs not only came from capturing the form of each flower but also from capturing the light and background of the setting. In addition, editing the composition and the contrast within each image allowed me to provide balance and harmony to the final photograph. All the images in this collection were made many years ago. I have collected them from my archive to form the Peace for the Soul Collection.
This exhibition is dedicated to my beloved grandmother, Carolina Orlandi. During my childhood, I followed her around the garden, watching her care for each plant. She loved the process of growing flowers, and felt great joy when the flowers bloomed.
Also opening this week:
“BROKEN BUT HEALED“ Art Exhibit at the Defoor Centre in Atlanta, featuring artwork by: Marcus E. Bishop. OPENING RECEPTION OCT. 26th 2017 Time: 5:00pm to 9:00pm and artist meet and greet @ 6:30
OPENING SATURDAY OCTOBER 21ST
LUMIÈRE Gallery presents “The Collector’s Eye”
Opening Saturday October 21st featuring 20th Century photography, sculpture and books featuring important works and highlights the artists behind the art. Of the 100 works from 50 Master Photographers and Sculptors ,many were selected because they are iconic and others for compatibility with themes.
The show follows with a chronological focus with, Alfred Steiglitz, Paul Strand, Imogen Cunningham, Edward Weston, Ansel Adams and Dorothea Lange . . . each pioneers in their own right-who influenced each other.
Church Socks – “Trying”
Church Socks is an Atlanta-based sketch and improv group comprised of Clara Nibbelink, Jonathon Pawlowski, Shane Westerhold, Stephanie Fraser and Travis Jones.
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Georgia Latino Film Festival & Fiesta
September 21st – 24th Atlanta, Georgia
Masterclasses, workshops, Latino thought makers and of course this year’s incredible selection of films!
Music is a special part of our culture and we take pride in bringing you the very best to the Georgia Latino Film Fiesta. This year’s Special Guest Headliner Merengue Legend Raul Acosta Oro Solido
Spanish food and Latin music are all essentials of the international Latino experience that will make this Saturday Night amazing.
The film fiesta will help raise money for a number of Georgia Latino Film Alliance programs. Actors, filmmakers, industry professionals, the Latino community leaders and festival patrons stepped into our event and had a great time dancing the night away to Raul Acosta y Oro Solido
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Came across this on the web – it looks like a great way to spend tonight!
In the heart of downtown Marietta, dk Gallery is a trendsetter among Metro Atlanta art galleries. Generating excitement with their dynamic show openings and powerful, yet accessible contemporary art, the gallery is expanding the boundaries of the new Atlanta art scene.
“Worth a Thousand Words” will highlight dk Gallery artists who incorporate words, poetry, and/or song in their work. Expect to see artwork that showcases many literary art forms including collaged letters from magazines, poetry, and the artists’ handwritten notes on the pieces themselves. All are invited to attend this highly anticipated show on Friday, September 1, 2017 at dk Gallery from 5:00 – 9:00 pm.
Featured artists will include Patricia Beggins-Magers, Amy Cobb, Shellie Lewis, Barbara Nerenz-Kelley, Jennifer Rivera, and Connie Karleta-Sales.